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Topic # 97016 9-Feb-2012 08:53
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Looking to expand my Lego NXT collection, need to build bigger robots.  If anyone has an incomplete or broken set gathering dust and wants to exchange it for some beer vouchers, I’m prepared to pay up to $150, depending on what’s broken and/or missing, + reasonable freight cost. (Would consider complete sets as well of course but in that case you’ll be able to fetch more on TradeMe than what I’m offering).




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  Reply # 579319 9-Feb-2012 15:52
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Have you tried pricing it new from Toy Planet? They seem to have the best pricing, in case you can't find good used parts.




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  Reply # 579342 9-Feb-2012 16:27
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Niel: Have you tried pricing it new from Toy Planet? They seem to have the best pricing, in case you can't find good used parts.



Thanks for the suggestion.  They don't appear to sell it at this stage, I think NZ stock of the NXT2 has pretty well been exhausted, apart from the few going through TradeMe, mostly at RRP or higher.

Besides that, I'd expect their price still to be higher than whatI've got to spend.

I'm really just putting my feelers out for someone who might be looking to offload something that's taking up space and gathering dust for them to exchange for some dollars (but not too many).




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